Creativity, motivation, integrity, respect, compassion, positive attitude, critical thinking and leadership are qualities we value highly at EWI. We work closely with you and empower you to use your own creative capital to excel in your work. We help you discover your talents, strengths and abilities that become the driving force in your project and for future employment and career development.
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Current internship opportunities:

 

Marketing & Development Internship

Program & Outreach Intern (3 positions total in Herndon, Arlington, or Rockville)

Being an intern with EWI

Interns take on a lot of responsibility, work independently and as a team, take initiative and solve problems, and complete their internship with a significant sense of learning, service and accomplishment. Being at EWI is an opportunity for hands-on experience in a dynamic, results-driven and fast-growing organization working on micro-enterprise development for women.

We have had interns from all over the US and world who are undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates, or individuals in transition seeking resume-building experience. If you are with a university and have credit requirements, we will gladly work with your department of study to meet its requirements.

Internship positions vary by the needs of the organization and time of year. We have spring, summer, and fall internships available. Positions have included marketing and communications, program associate, community outreach & partnerships, non-profit management, and monitoring and evaluation. For a current list of internships, please go to our Idealist page for the full descriptions and how to apply.

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How to Apply

All interested candidates should complete the online application: Click here.

In addition, please send a cover letter and resume via email. Put the position title in subject line (you may apply for multiple positions). Cover letter should be in the body of the email with resume attached in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc) format and sent to Sarah Bodley at  hire@ewint.org.

Program and Outreach Internship – Rockville, MD; Arlington, VA; Herndon, VA

Empowered Women International (EWI) seeks a Program & Outreach Intern to work closely with the Maryland Program Manager and program team to effectively manage and ensure the success of EWI’s programs, initiatives and partnerships at its Rockville site in Montgomery County. The position requires administrative work as well as community organizing. This is a hands-on opportunity for someone who is a self-starter, willing to learn fast, eager to give back and able to commit and get things done. This is an unpaid internship.

Responsibilities include:

1) Provide ongoing administrative support in the management of the EWI’s Entrepreneur Pathways for Women programs, including applicant intake management; scheduling and conducting interviews with new clients; follow through and overseeing the intake process; and tracking client data.

2) Coordinate EWI trainers, mentors, coaches and guest speakers for program classes.

3) Research partnerships and opportunities in your local county to raise visibility and invite engagement; attend, network and speak on behalf of EWI at various community events.

4) Expand outreach efforts to recruit and sustain an on-going enrollment of client applicants to EWI’s programs, including partnership development; plan and organize various EWI outreach, networking, marketplace and programmatic events.

5) Support the operational and functional efficiency the office to which you are assigned.

6) Assist in marketing various programs and initiatives, communications and social media.

All internship positions are expected to handle general responsibilities including social media (writing, composing and posting content), office/admin (phone, mail, printing marketing materials, ordering supplies, organizing office space, tech troubleshooting, online research) and support at events (set up, outreach, assistance).

Qualifications:

  • Bilingual or conversational Spanish strongly preferred
  • Must have a personal computer and be willing to use it for the work assigned
  • Experience in reaching out and connecting with multicultural immigrant women
  • Strong prior experience in event planning, community outreach and client relations preferred
  • Highly organized and attention to detail a must
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Understanding of and dedication to EWI’s vision and mission
  • Creative, enthusiastic, positive and energetic outlook
  • Ability to learn, adapt quickly, work in a fast paced environment, manage time and balance multiple projects
  • Ability to take initiative and work both independently and as a team
  • Professional attitude and ability to represent EWI in meetings and presentations
  • Proficiency in computer skills including database, spreadsheet, Internet, social media, website, and office applications
  • Ability to deal with information in a confidential manner and respond with sensitivity to the opinions of others
  • May perform other job duties as directed by supervisor
  • High sense of responsibility, problem solving skills, results oriented, and resourceful

How you benefit

Creativity, innovation, entrepreneurial drive, integrity, respect for all and leadership skills are qualities we value highly at EWI. We work closely with you and empower you to use your own creative capital to excel in your work. We help you discover your talents, strengths and abilities that become the driving force in your project and for future employment and career development. This is the perfect position self-starter who is interested in learning about nonprofit management, program delivery, women’s empowerment, micro-enterprise development and economic opportunity.

Interns take on a lot of responsibility, conduct research, work in small creative teams, take initiative and solve problems, and complete their internship with a significant sense of learning, service and accomplishment.

This position also provides:

  • Opportunity for hands-on experience in event planning, community outreach, and client engagement
  • Inside experience with a dynamic and fast-growing organization working on micro-enterprise development for women
  • Resume-building experience
  • Letter of recommendation upon request

Your supervisor will work with you to create a regular work schedule and set up specific goals and projects.

Hours & Location

Flexible schedule with a minimum of 32 hours per week (4 days a week). Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekend events, as needed. Some telecommuting possible. During the time of internship extended time off is discouraged.

EWI Rockville office is located at the Nonprofit Village located at 12320 Parklawn Drive Rockville, MD
EWI Arlington office is located at WeWork Crystal City, 2221 S Clark Street, Arlington, VA
EWI Herndon office is located at Connections for Hope Partnership, 1141 Elden Street, Herndon, VA
LEDC headquarters (occasional dates may be required) are at WeWork Wonder Bread Factory, 641 S St NW, Washington DC

Marketing & Development Associate Internship – Arlington, VA  & Washington, DC

Empowered Women International (EWI) seeks a Marketing & Development Associate Intern to work closely with the Associate Director, who is interested in learning about donor management, campaign initiatives, grants and event fundraising. This is a hands-on opportunity for someone who is a self-starter, willing to learn fast, able to commit and get things done. This is an unpaid internship.

Responsibilities include

1) write, edit, and update content for website, e-newsletter, blog, media and social media;

2) assist in donor management, including recording, issuing thank you letters and compiling periodic reports

3) support fundraising campaigns and initiatives, including direct mail

 

4) providing executive assistance.

All internship positions are expected to handle general responsibilities including social media (writing, composing and posting content), office/admin (phone, mail, printing marketing materials, ordering supplies, organizing office space, tech troubleshooting, online research) and support at events (set up, outreach, assistance).

Qualifications

  • Highly organized and attention to detail a must!
  • Some experience in research, writing and office support
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to learn, adapt quickly, and work in a fast-paced environment, manage time, and balance multiple projects
  • Understanding of and dedication to EWI’s vision and mission
  • Professional attitude and ability to represent EWI in meetings and presentations
  • Ability to deal with information in a confidential manner and respond with sensitivity to the opinions of others
  • Creative, enthusiastic, positive and energetic outlook
  • High sense of responsibility, problem solving skills, results oriented, and resourceful
  • Ability to take initiative and work both independently and as a team
  • Proficiency in computer skills including database, spreadsheet, Internet, social media, website, and office applications
  • May perform other job duties as directed by supervisor
  • Must have a personal computer and be willing to use it for the work assigned

How you benefit

Creativity, innovation, entrepreneurial drive, integrity, respect for all and leadership skills are qualities we value highly at EWI. We work closely with you and empower you to use your own creative capital to excel in your work. We help you discover your talents, strengths and abilities that become the driving force in your project and for future employment and career development. This is the perfect position self-start who is interested in learning about nonprofit management, program delivery, women’s empowerment, micro-enterprise development and economic opportunity.

Interns take on a lot of responsibility, work in small creative teams, take initiative and solve problems, and complete their internship with a significant sense of learning, service and accomplishment.

This position also provides:

  • Opportunity for hands-on experience in all aspects of a non-profit organization, from administrative, fundraising, and marketing
  • Inside experience with a dynamic and fast-growing organization working on micro-enterprise development for women
  • Resume-building experience
  • Letter of recommendation upon request

Your supervisor will work with you to create a regular work schedule and set up specific goals and projects.

Hours & Location

Flexible schedule with a minimum of 32 hours per week (4 days a week). Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekend events, as needed. Some telecommuting possible. During the time of internship extended time off is discouraged.

This position will split time between our Arlington, VA and Washington, DC offices. The Arlington office is located at WeWork Crystal City; the DC office is located at WeWork Wonder Bread Factory. Both are conveniently located near metro stations.

This is an unpaid internship and transportation stipends are not available.

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